When it comes to the Christmas Story, can you separate fact from fiction? Can you tell the difference between the Messiah and the myth? Take the quiz and learn some interesting facts about how the Christmas story went down.
When it comes to the Christmas story, can you separate fact from fiction? Can you tell the difference between the Messiah and the myth? Take the quiz and learn some interesting facts about how the Christmas story went down.
Charles Spurgeon called Psalm 23 “The Pearl of Psalms” and St. Augustine it “The Hymn of the Martyrs,” because it was recited by those who ready to be killed for their faith. One man said, “It is for parents who survive the folly of rebellious children, for people returning from war, for someone recently out of jail.” In part 3 of this teaching, we will again be reminded of how much we have to be thankful for when trusting Jesus as our Good Shepherd. Psalm 23:5-6
Psalm 23 has always been a passage of Scripture that, for the Christian, brings quiet to a worried mind, calm to a troubled soul, and comfort to a burdened heart, because it speaks of the Good Shepherd’s love for his flock. In part 2, we will see three reasons why it’s always a good thing to follow the Good Shepherd which lead us to even greater thanksgiving. (Psalm 23: 3-4)
This “Nightingale of Psalms” gives us many reminders of how thankful we should be to the Good Shepherd, whether we are experiencing the highs or the lows of life. (Psalm 23:1-2)
How do you respond when caught in the sudden storms of life? Are you tempted to give in to worry and fear or do you lean harder on God? In this familiar account of the disciples getting caught in the middle of the sea with Jesus during a deluge, we learn three things about God and ourselves that will help us when we are overtaken by disaster.
Have you ever wondered how God’s kingdom grows and what part you play in it? You can’t see anything; it seems like you can’t say anything, yet God does it anyway. You will be encouraged as you listen to three parables from Jesus about how God continues to do his work regardless of what we see.
Jesus said that there are four types of people who listen to his teachings, and how they respond shows the type of hearts they have toward God. Which are you? The Hard Heart, the Stony Heart, the Divided Heart or the Good Heart?